Morning Buzz: Anne Hathaway's Ex Pleads Guilty
Anne Hathaway's ex-boyfriend Rafaello Follieri has pled guilty to fourteen counts of wire fraud and money laundering yesterday, according to TMZ. Through a deal he made with prosecutors, he will face no more than five years in jail.
EW.com reports that Shannen Doherty has elected not to stay on the CW's 90210 remake past the four episodes she signed on for. Doherty says that she's too busy "pitching a show" so she "couldn't commit" when they asked her to stay on for more.
E! reports that Warner Bros. plans to re-release their mega-blockbuster Batman movie The Dark Knight in January in time for an Oscar push. The film is the second highest grossing movie of all time in the U.S. after Titanic.
Lance Armstrong announced this week that he's returning from retirement to try and win his eighth Tour De France, Us reports. The cancer survivor also reportedly told Men's Vogue that he likes women that are "hotter than doughnut grease."
Madonna was on hand to celebrate her husband Guy Ritchie's 40th birthday last night. The Daily Mail reports that the couple and friends partied at a pub in the posh Mayfair section of London. Ritchie allegedly had to help an "unsteady" Madonna to her car at 10 pm, at which point he went back in to finish the party.